Seale, R. W./Hinton, John. AN ACCURATE MAP OF INDIA BEYOND THE GANGES WITH THE ORIENTAL ISLANDS GENERALLY CALL’D EAST INDIA FROM THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS. London : Published in the Universal Magazine, 1762
Copperplate engraving with full hand colouring. Lower and right margin trimmed, folds as issued, a very good example.
10-3/4″ x 13″- 27.3 x 33 cm.
An uncommon map and detailed map of South East Asia extending from the Bay of Bengal to the tip of New Holland. Curious details such as a desert placed in eastern Cambodia, an area to the southwest of Cochichin China (Vietnam) is marked as Ciampa (Champa) which had originally extended the full length of Vietnam in the 13th-14th centuries. Southern Myanmar is named Pegu. Admiral George Anson’s circumnavigation (1740-44) route is noted.